CORPORATE AND GOVERNMENT PROJECTS
Sir John Robertson (1816 – 1891), was a prominent land reformer and politician best known for his roles as the secretary for lands and as Premier, a post he held four times (1860 – 61, 1875 – 77, 1877, and 1885 – 86).
Remedial conservation work on Nigel Helyer’s six-component sculpture Dual Nature (1999) preceded a formal condition assessment, also conducted by O’Sullivan Conservation.
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged by the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney to relocate and clean Charles Francis Summers’ marble statue La Ballarina.
Itinerary/Itinerant (2004) by Louisa Dawson is a sculpture composed of 20 mixed-manufacture suitcases stacked in a spiral and reinforced by a central steel armature.
Jim Mitchell’s 1984 sculpture Rampage was examined by O’Sullivan Conservation onsite at a storage facility to determine a scope for required treatment prior to install in an upper-level foyer of a Sydney office building.
O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to treat Jim Mitchell’s sculpture Domestic Affection and install it in an upper-floor lift lobby of a Sydney office building, outside of business hours.
The City of Parramatta 1914 – 1919 Roll of Honor is made of patinated pressed copper to which 141 incised brass nameplates and a matching top centre plaque are affixed and mounted on a polished blackwood backing board…
The Fountain is a fabricated steel sculpture by Australian industrial designer and cartoonist Gordon Andrews. It was purchased by the Cowra Shire Council for the new Cowra Municipal Building, which opened in December…
The sheave block is associated with the Sophia Jane, an English-built steamship of local significance in the Port Morpeth area and the first steam-powered vessel to travel between the Hunter River and Port Jackson….
PRIVATE CLIENT PROJECTS
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